College ofPhysicalScience andTechnology
Physics (base class)Undergraduate Personal Cultivation Program
Majors Code：070201
School Internal Code：429
Ⅰ、Majors Introduction
The department of physics of Central China Normal University enjoys a history of more than 100 years. The major physics is a characteristic specialty of national colleges and also a brand major for undergraduate in Hubei Province. It has a national excellent course "Methods of Mathematical Physics", four excellent courses at provincial level, four excellent courses at university level. In addition, this major has a statelevel teaching team of theoretical physics. Based on the experience of trial experimental class of interdisciplinary between mathematics and physics in 1993, with the approval of the Ministry of Education in 1996, CPST of CCNU began to set up a talent training base of national basic science (physics). The enrollment schedule of the base has been independent from the others. Excellent students are encouraged to register for examination, and they are provided special study scholarships. During the four years study of students from base class, best teachers and teaching materials are provided. Students are cultivated in accordance with the unique training program. In the year 2012, CCNU has started the construction of the major in which all the courses are taught in English.
Ⅱ、Cultivation Target
This major aims to cultivate the student who has good political, ideological and science quality, and also has a system and solid basic knowledge of physics and mathematics, with innovative spirit and practical ability, and has a strong ability to adapt to the spirit of collaboration and solidarity, can be engaged in physics and related professional talents in research and teaching, providing excellent students for postgraduate institutions.
Ⅲ、Basic Requirements
The graduates should acquire the following knowledge and abilities: 1. Systematically mastered the basic physics theories, methods and basic experimental skills, have a strong selflearning and research capabilities; 2. Systematically mastered advanced mathematics basic theories and methods, with good mathematical training; 3. Master the basic principles of computer and network and basic knowledge; 4. Master a foreign language, can read the professional foreign language books and periodicals; 5. Understand the general principles and knowledge of major applications; 6. Understand the frontiers and latest developments in physical science, have some research experience in the physical frontiers, and also has the initial research training, in order to lay the foundation for further research; 7. Master the basic skills of document retrieval, information inquiry, and the application of modern information technology; 8. Grasp communication and writing skills, as well as social skills and organizational capacity; 9. Understand the national principles, policies and regulations, such as science and technology, intellectual property rights and other aspects.
Ⅳ、Main Courses
Mathematics, linear algebra, mechanics, thermodynamics and molecular physics, electromagnetism, optics, atomic physics, mathematical physics, a physics experiment, two physics experiment, three physics experiments, analytical mechanics, electrodynamics, quantum mechanics, statistical physics, solid state physics, electronic technology and so on.
Ⅴ、Academic System And Degrees Conferred
Academic System：4Years
Degrees Conferred：Bachelor of Science
Ⅵ、Course Credits、Hours Distribution Table
Category 
Semester Course Category 
一1 
一2 
一3 
二1 
二2 
二3 
三1 
三2 
三3 
四1 
四2 
四3 
Total 
Percentage 
Academic Cradit 
Common Courses (Required) 
9.0 
5.0 
0.0 
5.0 
4.0 
0.0 
3.0 
6.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
32.0 
24.62 
General Education (Elective) 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
2.0 
0.0 
0.0 
2.0 
0.0 
2.0 
2.0 
0.0 
8.0 
6.15 
Major courses(Required) 
8.0 
19.0 
0.0 
12.5 
11.5 
0.0 
5.5 
8.5 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
65.0 
50 
Major Courses (Elective) 
1.0 
1.0 
0.0 
1.0 
1.0 
0.0 
7.0 
6.0 
0.0 
4.0 
4.0 
0.0 
25.0 
19.23 
Subtotal 
18 
25 
0 
18.5 
18.5 
0 
15.5 
22.5 
0 
6 
6 
0 
130 
100 
Ⅶ、Course Schedule
Course Category 
Course Code 
Course Title 
Semester 
Academic Credit 
Hours Allocation Table 
Preselected Courses 
Dual Degree Course 
Lecture 
Trainingon 
Experiment（Practice） 
General education courses 
Common Courses (Required) 
33000000 
College Physical Education (club teaching in 4 semesters) 
11st 
4.0 
64 
0 
0 

NO 
35000000 
College English (entrance test and graded teaching in 3 semesters) 
11st 
12.0 
192 
0 
0 

NO 
34000022 
Conspectus of Chinese Modern History 
11st 
2.0 
24 
0 
8 

NO 
21110029 
Freshman Seminars 
11st 
2.0 
16 
0 
16 

NO 
34000021 
Ideology and Moral Cultivation and Law Foundation 
22nd 
3.0 
32 
0 
16 

NO 
34000023 
Basic Principles of Marxism 
31st 
3.0 
32 
0 
16 

NO 
34000025 
Introduction to Mao Zedong Thoughts and Chinese Characterized Socialism Theory System 
32nd 
6.0 
48 
0 
48 

NO 
Major Courses (Required) 
42910034 
Mechanics 1 
11st 
2.0 
44 
0 
0 

YES 
31002011 
Advanced Mathematics A1 
11st 
6.0 
80 
352 
0 

YES 
42910005 
Thermodynamics and Molecular Physics 
12nd 
3.0 
32 
16 
0 

YES 
42910044 
Mechanics 2 
12nd 
2.0 
32 
0 
0 

YES 
42910003 
Firstlevel Physics Experiments 
12nd 
1.5 
8 
0 
36 

YES 
31002021 
Advanced Mathematics A2 
12nd 
6.0 
96 
0 
0 
Advanced Mathematics A1 
YES 
42910007 
Electromagnetism 
12nd 
4.0 
48 
16 
0 

YES 
42910001 
Highlevel Programming Language 
12nd 
2.5 
24 
16 
0 

YES 
42910006 
Optics 
21st 
4.0 
48 
16 
0 

YES 
42910011 
Methods of Mathematical Physics 
21st 
4.0 
48 
16 
0 

YES 
42910010 
Secondlevel Physics Experiments 1 
21st 
1.5 
4 
0 
48 
Firstlevel Physics Experiments 
YES 
31002051 
Linear Algebra A 
21st 
3.0 
48 
0 
0 

YES 
42910013 
Analytical Mechanics 
22nd 
3.0 
32 
16 
0 

YES 
42910017 
Electrodynamics 
22nd 
4.0 
48 
16 
0 
Electromagnetism 
YES 
42910012 
Atomic Physics 
22nd 
3.0 
32 
16 
0 

YES 
42910016 
Secondlevel Physics Experiments 2 
22nd 
1.5 
0 
0 
48 
Secondlevel Physics Experiments 1 
YES 
42910019 
ThirdLevel Physics Experiments 1 
31st 
1.5 
4 
0 
48 

YES 
42910018 
Quantum Mechanics 
31st 
4.0 
48 
16 
0 

YES 
42910020 
Statistical Physics 
32nd 
4.0 
48 
16 
0 
Quantum Mechanics 
YES 
42910021 
Solid State Physics 
32nd 
3.0 
32 
16 
0 

YES 
42910022 
Thirdlevel Physics Experiments 2 
32nd 
1.5 
0 
0 
48 
ThirdLevel Physics Experiments 1 
YES 
MajorCourses (Elective) 
43810101 
Introduction to Physics 
11st 
1.0 
0 
0 
0 

NO 
42910002 
Experiments of Advanced Language Program Design 
12nd 
1.0 
0 
0 
32 

NO 
42920002 
Literature Retrieval 
1 
0.5 
8 
0 
8 

NO 
42920012 
Mechanics (English) 
1 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 

NO 
42920004 
Data Structure 
21st 
2.5 
32 
8 
24 
Advanced Language Program Design 
NO 
42920010 
Professional English 
22nd 
2.0 
32 
0 
0 

NO 
42920011 
Physical Innovation Experiment 
2 
1.5 
0 
0 
48 

NO 
42922008 
Theoretical Physics and Fluid mechanics 
2 
1.0 
0 
16 
0 

NO 
42910014 
Numerical Calculations 
31st 
2.0 
32 
0 
0 
Highlevel Programming Language 
NO 
42923007 
Advanced Optical Imaging and Computer Aided Optical System Design 
31st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 

NO 
42924001 
An Introduction to Astronomy 
31st 
2.0 
32 
0 
0 
Advanced Mathematics A2 
NO 
42920001 
Physics and History of Physics 
31st 
2.0 
32 
0 
0 

NO 
31002061 
Probability Statistics A 
31st 
3.0 
48 
0 
0 
Advanced Mathematics A2 
NO 
42910015 
Numerical Calculation Experiments 
31st 
1.0 
0 
0 
32 
Highlevel Programming Language 
NO 
42924004 
Theory of Gravity and Cosmology 1 
32nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 

NO 
42923004 
Quantum Optics 
32nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Quantum Mechanics 
NO 
42910009 
Experiments of Electronic Technology 
32nd 
1.5 
0 
0 
48 

NO 
42928009 
Bioinformatics 
32nd 
1.0 
16 
8 
0 

NO 
42921001 
Introduction to Particle Physics 
32nd 
2.0 
32 
0 
0 
Quantum Mechanics 
NO 
42922002 
Probability, Statistics and Computer Simulation 
32nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Highlevel Programming Language 
NO 
42925001 
Atomic Optics 
32nd 
2.0 
32 
0 
0 
Quantum Mechanics 
NO 
42928007 
Appreciation of Protein Structure 
32nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 

NO 
42927001 
Material Physics 
32nd 
2.0 
32 
0 
0 
Thermodynamics and Molecular Physics 
NO 
42925004 
Practical Mathematica 
32nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 

NO 
42910008 
Fundamentals of Analogue Electronics 
32nd 
4.0 
48 
16 
0 

NO 
42926005 
Mesoscopic Physics 
32nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Methods of Mathematical Physics 
NO 
42923001 
Modern Optics 
32nd 
2.0 
32 
0 
0 
Quantum Mechanics 
NO 
42920003 
Lectures on Forefront Physics 
32nd 
2.0 
32 
0 
0 

NO 
42928006 
Fundamental Molecular Biology 
32nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 

NO 
42924002 
Astrophysics 
32nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Electrodynamics 
NO 
42920009 
Methods of Modern Mathematical Physics 
32nd 
2.0 
32 
0 
0 

NO 
42927002 
Nano Materials 
32nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
16 
Methods of Mathematical Physics 
NO 
42928001 
Fundamentals of Biological Physics 
32nd 
2.0 
32 
0 
0 

NO 
42926001 
Superconductivity 
32nd 
2.0 
32 
0 
0 
Atomic Physics 
NO 
42924003 
Theory of Gravity and Cosmology 
32nd 
1.0 
16 
16 
0 
Electrodynamics 
NO 
42922005 
Theory of Phase Transitions 
32nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Quantum Mechanics 
NO 
42920005 
Microcontroller and Interface Technology 
3 
2.0 
24 
0 
16 

NO 
42921003 
Relativity and Cosmology 
41st 
1.0 
16 
8 
0 

NO 
42921007 
Guide of Quark Matter 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Quantum Mechanics 
NO 
42926004 
Experimental Methods of Solid State Physics 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Solid State Physics 
NO 
42924005 
HighEnergy and Nuclear Astrophysics 
41st 
1.0 
16 
8 
0 
Quantum Mechanics 
NO 
42925005 
Tensor in Riemannian Space 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Advanced Mathematics A2 
NO 
42928004 
Protein Molecular Modeling 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Highlevel Programming Language 
NO 
42925003 
Nuclear Physics 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Quantum Mechanics 
NO 
42925002 
New Progress in Quantum Theory 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Quantum Mechanics 
NO 
42928003 
Protein Physics 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 

NO 
42923005 
Principles of Quantum Information 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Quantum Mechanics 
NO 
42926003 
Introduction to the Forefront of Chemical Physics 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Solid State Physics 
NO 
42923003 
Wave Guiding Optics 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Electrodynamics 
NO 
42924009 
Theory of Gravity and Cosmology 2 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 

NO 
42923002 
Laser Principles and Technology 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Quantum Mechanics 
NO 
42921002 
High Energy Physics Experimental Methods 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Quantum Mechanics 
NO 
42927003 
Energy Materials 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Solid State Physics 
NO 
42922001 
Quantum Theory (II) 
41st 
2.0 
32 
0 
0 

NO 
42928008 
Cell Biophysics 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 

NO 
42922004 
Statistical Physics and Complex Systems Dynamics 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Statistical Physics 
NO 
42921004 
Monte Carlo Simulations 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Highlevel Programming Language 
NO 
42928002 
Computational Biophysics 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Highlevel Programming Language 
NO 
42922006 
Nonlinear Physics 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 

NO 
42926002 
Semiconductor Physics 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Solid State Physics 
NO 
42924006 
Observational Astrophysics 
41st 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Astrophysics 
NO 
42923006 
Quantum Communication Technology 
42nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Quantum Mechanics 
NO 
42924008 
Hydrodynamics and Accretion Disk 
42nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
An Introduction to Astronomy 
NO 
42928005 
Study of Frontier Biophysical Literature 
42nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 

NO 
42926006 
Physicochemical Properties of Graphene 
42nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Solid State Physics 
NO 
42921005 
Quantum Statistics 
42nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Quantum Mechanics 
NO 
42922007 
Introduction to Complex Systems 
42nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Highlevel Programming Language 
NO 
42925006 
History of Quantum Physics 
42nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Quantum Mechanics 
NO 
42921006 
Group Theory 
42nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Quantum Mechanics 
NO 
42926007 
Surface Science (bilingual) 
42nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Solid State Physics 
NO 
42924007 
Pulsars and Neutron Stars 
42nd 
1.0 
16 
0 
0 
Electrodynamics 
NO 